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Zinnendorf, Rite Of

A Rite invented by Count Von Zinnendorf, and fabricated out of some imperfect copies of the Swedish system, with additions from the Illuminism of Avignon and the reveries of Svedenborg. It consisted of seven Degrees, divided into three sections as follows:

I. Blue Freemasonry. 1. Apprentice. 2. Fellow Craft. 3. Master. II. Red Freemasonry. 4. Scottish Apprentice and Fellow Craft. 5. Scottish Master. III. Capitular Freemasonry. 6. Favorite of Saint John. 7. Chapter of the Elect.

This system was practiced by the Grand Lodge of Germany, which had been established by Zinnendorf, and by the Lodges of its Obedience.

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